Edeka-"Oschi" makes Leberkas fans rejoice - but one thing makes it a scandal for many
Created: 12/27/2022, 8:28 am
By: Armin T. Linder
The "Oschi" from Edeka causes discussions.
The Leberkassemmel is an emotional topic for many.
This can also be seen in a supposed "splendid specimen" from Edeka.
The discussion escalates.
Berlin – The name of the snack may differ from region to region, but many people across Germany can agree on it: In the Facebook group “Where are good trucks (Leberkäsweckle/-Brötchen) in Germany” with almost 2,000 members, the corresponding fans from the whole republic.
They were annoyed recently about the "Christmas meatloaf", which tz.de also reported on.
Or recently about what Rewe is offering there.
Edeka customer raves about his "Pizza-LK-Oschi" - he turns to "Berlin truck connoisseurs"
Often, some truck fans simply show their latest acquisition to others before it lands deep in their stomachs.
The posting of a capital city falls into this category.
"Berlin truck connoisseurs take note," he begins and then reveals his tip: "You can always rely on the Edeka bakery at Müllerstrasse 127."
His test report: "Usually he offers a perfectly fried, Bavarian thick sliced LK on a baker's roll with sweet mustard at the Edeka butcher for an unbeatable price of 1.99 euros.
But today there was a juicy Pizza-LK-Oschi for 2.49 - even with two sachets of sweet mustard for both sides." His rating: "9/10."
The Pizza-Leberkas on the Edeka roll, apparently before it was "refined" with sweet mustard.
Edeka-Snack makes several people rave about the "splendid specimen".
Leberkas fans are often disappointed - the sight that a Rewe customer had to make is unforgettable.
Many fans celebrate the sight of the Edeka example on Facebook: "That looks damn good", "What a force!", "Goie" and "A real magnificent specimen, which is a rarity these days," they write.
The term "splendid specimen" is also used by two specs: "Look at the splendid specimen", one user marks the other, and he writes: "That's right, we absolutely have to go looking for such a splendid specimen again."
But not everyone is enthusiastic about it.
Two details make the miracle roll a scandal for some.
One is called “Pizzaleberkas”.
Not all purists like it.
"Just because of the disgusting vegetables in it, at most 2/11," one moans and immediately gets a corrosive counterattack: "I'll show you a tomato in a moment."
Edeka-Leberkassemmel causes the usual gossip: does sweet mustard really belong on it?
The other little thing that causes a lot of discussion is the usual bone of contention: what goes on the liver loaf?
"Sweet mustard?????" asks one with five (!) angry emojis.
"What else?" replies one and gets different emoji reactions.
Also in our longer-running voting (see above) in the afternoon of 23.12.
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The discussion on Facebook escalated with the sentences “cultural philistine, who does not honor sweet mustard” and “Sodom and Gomorrah”.
Even if that is not meant to be taken seriously.
The sweet mustard opponent even alerted the admins of the group.
But such discussions are certainly welcome with them - as long as everyone can agree on their enthusiasm for Leberkas.
Unless the roll looks like this scandalous example.